A look at the rise and fall of South Korea's president
SEOUL: South Korean President Park Geun-hye, who faces impeachment this week, rose to power with the support of conservatives enamored of the economic growth ushered in by her late dictator father decades ago.
Even before the stunning fall of South Korea's first female president over allegations that she ceded government power to a corrupt confidante, Park's four years in office have been marred by a festering standoff with North Korea, a deadly ferry disaster and claims that she tried to curb free speech and labor rights.
A look at Park's rise and fall:
A DICTATOR'S DAUGHTER
Park's father is Park Chung-hee, one of the most divisive figures in